The occupation municipality demolishes a house, barracks, and walls in the city of Jerusalem
The Israeli bulldozers demolished on Monday barrack and walls in several areas in Jerusalem under the pretext of building without a permit. Wadi Hilweh Information Center was informed that the occupation’s bulldozers demolished a 40-square meter residential barrack in the area of “Tantoor” in Silwan that is owned by Ashraf Wazwaz and that is built from tin plates two years ago; they also demolished a wall that was built by the municipality 5 years ago. In a related matter, the municipality’s bulldozers demolished the walls of a parking lot owned by Tamer Aslan in the neighbourhood of Al-Shayah in Al-Tur. Hiba Aslan explained that the family was surprised when a large Israeli force including police and Special Forces arrived in the area and cordoned the area of Al-Shayah and executed the demolition process without prior notice. She pointed out that the parking lot was used as an aluminum workshop in the past and was emptied 5 months ago after the family received demolition notices from the municipality. The bulldozers also demolished commercial barracks in Hizma on early Monday morning. One of the barracks is owned by Fares Salah Eddin and was used as a carwash and for repairing cars; note that the municipality confiscated the goods and refrigerators from a commercial store in Hizma and also shut down other stores. In a related matter, the bulldozers demolished a storage and the entrance of the house of Akram Ali Qunbar in Ras Al-Amood in Silwan. Qunbar explained that the bulldozers demolished and swept the entrance of his house and 60- square meter storage that is part of the house and which has been built for 8 years.